Victoria Turk

Victoria Turk is a London-based journalist who has written for magazines including Psychologies, SoFeminine.co.uk and Oh Comely, and recently published her first non-fiction e-book with Amazon Kindle Singles. She graduated from Columbia Journalism School in May 2012.

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Justin Bieber and the car that struck and killed the celebrity photographer who had been attempting to photograph the star's car

As a man died attempting to photograph Justin Bieber's car, it's sad to see a human life is worth the risk of a good shot in our celeb-obsessed world

After a photographer was killed trying to take a photo of Justin Bieber's car last week, tighter legislation was called for - but why do we value celeb pictures so highly?

LA's Measure B: To disagree with using condoms in porn is to disagree with sexual health

Some porn actors are against the decision to mandate the use of condoms as they feel it's against freedom of expression

Men and women CAN be friends - men are just more likely to want more

A scientific survey has claimed that different genders can't be friends with each other, but real-life proves this wrong.

Shared parental leave is a sign of progress - and one that businesses should do more to welcome

Why should the "uncertainty" of whether an employee is going to have a baby hover only over women?

Judge freed mother for smacking children, but it should be banned completely

The law around smacking children needs to be made clearer, or where do you draw the line?

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Licence to offend in the land of the free

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From farm to fork in Cornwall

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